Bankroller of Division One League Techiman City FC, Charles Kwadwo Ntim, has expressed disappointment in the Kurt Okraku,s led Ghana Football Association.
According to the tough-talking football administrator, the country’s football governing body, woefully failed to come to the aid of the clubs in Ghana in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
Mr Ntim accused the former Dreams FC Executive Chairman of failing to live up to his promise.
“I am very disappointed in Kurt Okraku,” he told Asempa FM on the Ultimate Sports Show.
”This is the time I was expecting the FA president and his Executive Council members to come to the aid of the clubs and players because we are all in crisis and the FA has failed to ask how the clubs are coping without football.
”It seems to me the FA is not interested in the affairs of the clubs. After the zoom meeting, nothing at all has been communicated to us during this pandemic,” he said.
Commenting further, Micky Charles, as he’s popularly called, said Mr Okraku-led administration is losing its popularity due to his leadership style.
“This current administration is losing its popularity. If we vote again, I don’t think Kurt Okraku will retain his position.
“Mr Okraku is supposed to know better in times like these but he failed to recognise the pain the clubs and players are going through during this tough time,” he added.
Mr Ntim also called on fellow club administrators to demand for accountability and insisted on emergency congress to dialogue on the $500,000 relief fund from FIFA.
The Ghana FA has already indicated that the money from FIFA is for operational cost and not for the clubs.